Keyword - Microbes

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Legume plants know their friends from their enemies, and now we know how they do it at the molecular level.

Phys.org Aug 7 2020 - 07:26

Biochemist Rosa Vásquez Espinoza investigates the medicinal properties of microbes flowing in a sacred boiling river.

Science Friday Aug 6 2020 - 21:07

Vaginosis is a type of vaginal inflammation caused by the overgrowth of bacteria found naturally in a woman’s vagina.

International Business Times Aug 6 2020 - 05:25

Researchers from three Maritime universities are hoping microbes collected from the bottom of a lake near an abandoned gold mine in Dartmouth, N.S.

cbc.ca on MSN.com Aug 6 2020 - 02:00

Microbes in "starter cultures" impart a distinctive tang and longer shelf life to food like sourdough bread, yogurt and kimchi through th

News Medical Aug 5 2020 - 22:19

Something that has been dormant for millions of years is unlikely to come back to life unless Herbert West injects it with a revival serum like the

Syfy Aug 5 2020 - 21:34

The mammalian gut is home to trillions of microbes which are essential for a healthy immune system and good nutrition.

News Medical Aug 5 2020 - 16:53

We thought we understood life’s minimal energy requirements – but microbes beneath the sea floor survive on hundreds of times less energy than we c

New Scientist Aug 5 2020 - 11:18

Microbes in "starter cultures" impart a distinctive tang and longer shelf life to food like sourdough bread, yogurt and kimchi through th

Phys.org Aug 5 2020 - 08:34

They found that the microbiome of the penis may play a significant role since, like the gut, the male reproductive organ hosts a bacterial colony a

New York Post Aug 5 2020 - 01:49

A new analysis published in IBIS examines whether bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that are present in wild vultures cause disease in th

Phys.org Aug 5 2020 - 00:17

Microbes on a male’s penis may be playing a role in the transmission of bacterial vaginosis (BV), according to a new study published in the journal

Fox News Aug 4 2020 - 09:02

In ‘high containment’ laboratory facilities, scientists use precision equipment—and great care—to analyze pathogens like the coronavirus.

National Geographic news Aug 4 2020 - 02:06

Since the world is both metaphorically and, in some places, literally on fire these days, I’ve replaced doomscrolling through my feeds with somethi

Gizmodo Aug 2 2020 - 22:19

Researchers are reviving deep-sea microbes that have been dormant for millions of years, since the time of the dinosaurs.

Digital Trends Jul 30 2020 - 12:29

No one knew that single-celled organisms could live so long.

Live Science Jul 30 2020 - 05:33

Geomicrobiologist Steven D'Hondt tells Salon that the new study challenges our understanding of the "rules of life"

Salon Jul 29 2020 - 19:00

Microbes are among the earth's simplest organisms, and some can live in extreme environments where more developed life forms cannot survive.

YAHOO! Jul 29 2020 - 17:40

A prebiotic supplement that promotes good gut bacteria seems to protect against an Alzheimer’s-like disease in mice and will soon be tested in a cl

New Scientist Jul 29 2020 - 11:43

Microbes that may have been trapped in subseafloor sediment for 100 million years have been brought back to life.

Nerdist Jul 29 2020 - 11:30

Microbes buried beneath the sea floor for more than 100 million years are still alive, a new study reveals.

Science | AAAS Jul 29 2020 - 09:27

The microbes the researchers revived were from sediments deposited 101.5 million years ago A team of researchers revived ancient microbes that have

International Business Times Jul 28 2020 - 20:39

A new study revealed that scientists were able to successfully revive microbes that have been dormant since the time of the dinosaurs.

International Business Times Jul 28 2020 - 20:13

Scientists have succeeded in reviving microbes retrieved from sediment deep under the seafloor in the heart of the South Pacific that had survived

Reuters Jul 28 2020 - 13:15

Scientists have revived microbes found deep beneath the seafloor in 100-million-year-old sediment, dramatically expanding our view of where life ex

Gizmodo Jul 28 2020 - 13:13

Microbes had lain dormant at the bottom of the sea since the age of the dinosaurs

The Guardian Jul 28 2020 - 09:49

The discovery raises the “insane” possibility, as one of the scientists put it, that the microbes have been sitting in the sediment dormant, or at

Science | AAAS Jul 28 2020 - 09:23

Scientists have successfully revived microbes that had lain dormant at the bottom of the sea since the age of the dinosaurs, allowing the organisms

YAHOO! Jul 28 2020 - 09:20

For decades, scientists have gathered ancient sediment samples from below the seafloor to better understand past climates, plate tectonics and the

Phys.org Jul 28 2020 - 09:10

Scientists discover that microbes that had lain dormant in the seafloor for millions of years can revive and multiply.

Science News Jul 28 2020 - 08:25

Yet some 20,000 feet beneath the surface of this watery desert, microscopic creatures have not only found a way to eke out a living — they’ve also

New York Times Jul 28 2020 - 08:22

Microbial communities below the seafloor have survived and retained their metabolic potential for up to 101.5 million years, a new study finds.

CNN on MSN.com Jul 28 2020 - 08:00

Researchers collected sediment thousands of feet deep, filtered out bacteria, and revived the cells.

Wired Jul 28 2020 - 08:00

In a study published in the peer-reviewed Proceedings of the Royal Society B, a research team led by Oregon State University oceanographer Dr.

Salon Jul 24 2020 - 15:14

The oval-shaped Lonar lake, formed after a meteorite hit the earth some 50,000 years ago, is a popular tourist hub

Mid Day Jul 23 2020 - 22:25

Thurber noted that the microbes found near the Antarctic seep actually help keep methane out of the atmosphere by consuming the gas before it can r

Global Times Jul 23 2020 - 04:30

Microbes near the seep consume methane before it reaches the air, but leak may be too shallow for this to happen

The Globe and Mail Jul 22 2020 - 21:47

Scientists have discovered an active methane seep from Antarctica's sea bed that could shed light on the potent greenhouse gas trapped beneath

Reuters Jul 22 2020 - 20:53

Bacteria in the small intestine may drive inflammation that makes it harder for children to get the calories and nutrients they need.

New York Times Jul 22 2020 - 14:11

A study says permafrost melt will accelerate a process called rhizosphere priming which was previously unaccounted for in calculating the effects o

Daily Mail Jul 22 2020 - 12:55

UD professor Kathy Coyne (right) of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment (CEOE), and director of the Delaware Sea Grant program, is working

University of Delaware Jul 22 2020 - 07:22

The colour of Lonar lake water in Maharashtra’s Buldhana district turned pink due to a large presence of the salt-loving ‘Haloarchaea’ microbes, a

The Hindu Jul 22 2020 - 04:40

The colour of Lonar lake water in Maharashtra's Buldhana district turned pink due to a large presence of the salt-loving 'Haloarchaea

The Tribune Jul 22 2020 - 03:27

Haloarchaea or halophilic archaea is a bacteria culture which produces pink pigment and is found in water saturated with salt, Agharkar Research In

Hindustan Times Jul 22 2020 - 01:57

When it comes to cleaning our cars, we all tend to focus on the exterior rather than the interior.

Times LIVE Jul 21 2020 - 00:32

NASA was thrilled at the prospect of finding life on Mars, even if the only thing they found were fossilized microbes to prove there was once life

Syfy Jul 19 2020 - 16:32

So too skin or gut microbes that depend on other skin or gut microbes, the wolves of our bodily Yellowstone.

Khaleej Times Jul 18 2020 - 00:10

But microbes that could use such actions to drive growth had not been found.

Daily Express Jul 17 2020 - 11:59

But many millennials have washed their hands of bar soap, so to speak. They claim it’s contaminated with germs. Instead, they use liquid soap.

Omaha.com Jul 16 2020 - 17:59

With a grant from the National Science Foundation, researchers from the University of Kansas will investigate interactions between drought, plants

EurekAlert! Jul 16 2020 - 08:32